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Funding Training. ASUI Funding Board. How to Receive Funding. STEP 1. Please review the bylaws to make sure your student organization is eligible to receive funding. You can do this at: http:// uidaho.orgsync.com/finances

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Funding training

Funding Training

ASUI Funding Board


Funding training

How to Receive Funding

STEP 1.Please review the bylaws to make sure your student organization is eligible to receive funding. You can do this at: http://uidaho.orgsync.com/finances

STEP 2.Attend a MANDATORY Funding Training Meeting. This meeting is designed to help clubs understand how the funding process works and includes information on filling out the funding application, advice on presenting your request to the board, and necessary requirements to receive funding.

STEP 3.Complete a Funding Request Form at https://orgsync.com/31064/forms/show/37330and W-9 form. All Funding Request Forms must be turned in by 12pm TWO business days PRIOR (typically the Friday BEFORE) to the Funding Board Reimbursement Hearing you plan to attend.

STEP 4.Attend the Funding Board Reimbursement Hearing.

STEP 5.Wait for confirmation. The Funding Board Chair will contact you within two business days to inform you of the Board’s decision.

STEP 6.Upon completion of the Event/Travel, fill out a Travel Expense Funding Form or Non-Travel Expense Funding Form on orgsync.com. Contact MeladiMottern, Administrative Assistant, at [email protected] make an appointment to turn in these forms and your original receipts.

STEP 7.Wait for your check to be processed. It takes a minimum of three weeks. Checks are available for pick-up from the ASUI Administrative Assistant in Commons 302. Note: organizations must communicate with the Administrative Assistant within thirty (30) days of notification of check being available as to what their plan of action is.


Funding board bylaws

Funding Board Bylaws

Bylaws Article VII forward

Bylaws in their entirety can be found here: http://uidaho.orgsync.com/Reimbursement


Quick bylaw overview

Quick Bylaw Overview

  • All funds allocated by the ASUI Funding Board shall be at the discretion of the Board.

  • The Board may fund a maximum of $2000 to recognized organizations in any given fiscal year. Funding requests to exceed the $2000 limit may be heard at the last fee allocation hearing of the budget cycle and will only be heard if funds are available. 

  • All funding will be considered on a matching-funds basis.

  • All funding will be on a reimbursement basis.

  • All events/programs/services that receive funding must be open to all UI students.

The board shall not fund for the following activities:

  • Purchase of food or beverages or other perishable items unless purchased through the University.

  • Cash awards, prizes or gifts.

  • Labor costs, unless purchased through the University

  • A bingo event or raffle.

  • Per Diem while traveling.

  • Long-distance phone calls.

  • Charitable contributions.

  • State and Federal Income taxes.

  • Organizational or departmental graduation parties, award ceremonies, and banquets.

  • Transportation and or lodging for speakers, unless part of the contractual agreement.


University of idaho food and labor resources

University of Idaho Food and Labor resources

Food:

Campus Catering

http://www.uidaho.edu/dining/catering

Other Labor Services:

Parking Services

http://www.uidaho.edu/parking/formsandapplications

Public Safety

http://www.uidaho.edu/public-safety-and-security

Law Enforcement

http://www.ci.moscow.id.us/police

Labor:

Sound production and Lighting

http://www.sub.uidaho.edu/spl

University Support Services

http://www.uidaho.edu/uss


Quick bylaw overview cont

Quick Bylaw Overview (Cont.)

Section B – Travel

  • If student travel is involved in a funding request, the Board will apply the following criteria, as well as any additional considerations:

  • Is the travel going to benefit the majority of the student body?

  • Who will be traveling? Just members of the organization, or were all students offered the opportunity to go on the trip?

  • How were the travel participants chosen?

  • Is the travel experience able to be duplicated in the surrounding community, or is it an “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity?

  • Is the travel request for travel to a structured event (i.e. conference, competition, or workshop)?

  • Can the travel participants demonstrate knowledge gained from the travel experience?

  • Have the travel participants made an effort to share their experience with the campus community, or how will they?

  • What is the percentage of students who are traveling, who will be returning to UI for at least one semester?

  • Advisors, graduate students, and non-students, cannot receive funds for travel.

    In funding travel expenses, official University figures for mileage and amounts will be used; if figures requested by the student organization are different, the figures resulting in the lowest cost to the Board will be used. The Board may allocate a maximum of:

  • Transportation

  • Mileage will be reimbursed for use of a personal car at the current university rate $0.55

  • The actual cost of rental, insurance, and gas for a rented vehicle.

  • 50% of the cost of airline tickets.


Receipts reimbursement

Receipts & Reimbursement

Original itemized receipts

Hotel requires a portfolio – ask for this from the front desk

Airplane – need a receipt, not just itinerary

Please don’t hesistate to email MeladiMottern at [email protected], or myself about what receipts are needed for your specific event if you have questions. It will save everyone time!


Forms due date

Forms Due Date

REMEMBER:

Forms are due 12:oopm the FRIDAY before your hearing.

*Late submissions will not (and cannot)be accepted.


If granted funds

If granted funds:

Upon completion of the Event/Travel, fill out a Travel Expense Funding Form or Non-Travel Expense Funding Form on orgsync.com. Contact MeladiMottern, Administrative Assistant, at [email protected] to make an appointment to turn in these forms and your original receipts

You have 30 days from the date of your hearing or your event (which ever comes first) to turn in receipts in order to receive the funding.


Funding training

  • Example

A delegation of three undergraduate students, one graduate student and an advisor are going to the semiannual AASG conference on November 15-17. The cost of registration per student is $125. The conference is held in Indianapolis, Indiana so the delegation would need to fly. Airfare per person out of the Pullman airport is $725 round trip. The delegation plans on eating three times per day, with an average meal cost of $12.95 per person. The delegation will be staying at the Indi-Hotel, two rooms, at $89 per night. The taxi cost from the airport to the hotel round trip is $53. The group currently has $8324 in their bank account. Their department gave them $365.89 and raised more money. They had a spaghetti feed, which brought in $326, and a date auction, which brought in $417.


Funding training

EXPENSES

  • Registration: $125/person (no registration fee needed for advisor)

  • Airfare: $725/person

  • Meals: $12.95/person/meal three times a day

  • Accommodations: $89/night/room

  • Taxi Cost: $53

  • Attending this meeting to get funding for the trip: Priceless

    INCOME

  • Department: $365.89

  • Spaghetti Feed: $326

  • Date Auction: $417


Funding hearing expectations

Funding Hearing Expectations

  • Be on time

    • Avoid gaps when signing up

  • Be enthusiastic!

    • Represent your student organization!

  • Send Knowledgeable Representatives!

    • You are Highly Encouraged to attend Funding Hearing

      Composition of board: Chair, Vice Chair, 3 senators, 4 students


Funding hearing dates

Funding Hearing Dates

Spring Semester

Tuesday, Jan. 29

Tuesday, Feb. 26

Tuesday, March 26

Tuesday, April 16

Signup for your hearing time outside Crest room, signup sheet will be available by 4 pm the day of the hearing.

*Hearings will begin promptly at 5:30 pm

*Please wait in the hall outside the Crest room until our Chairman comes and gets you


Questions

Questions???

Board chair: Sarah Vetsmany, [email protected]

Vice chair: Brendan Woodell, bwoodell.uidaho.eduME

Advisor: Denise Carl, [email protected]


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